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UN: Millions Could Escape Poverty by Finishing Secondary Education

While a new United Nations study shows that the global poverty rate could be more than halved if all adults completed secondary school, data show high out-of-school rates in many countries, making it likely that education completion levels will remain well below that target for generations.

SOP newswire3UN: Millions Could Escape Poverty by Finishing Secondary Education - While a new United Nations study shows that the global poverty rate could be more than halved if all adults completed secondary school, data show high out-of-school rates in many countries, making it likely that education completion levels will remain well below that target for generations.
SOP newswire3UN: Inclusive Education Vital For All, Including Persons With Disabilities - Inclusive education is central to achieving high quality education for all learners, including those with disabilities, and for the development of inclusive, peaceful and fair societies, UN human rights experts have said in authoritative new guidelines on the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
Keith JohnsonAffirmations and Personal Productivity - When I was growing up as a student in the 1970s and 1980s, I noticed that most adults during those times had a secure job and benefits and retirement pensions from great insurance and computer companies. Life was good
SOP newswire3Malala Yousafzai Rocks the UN - Speaking at the United Nations General Assembly alongside 193 youth representatives from the Organization`s 193 Member States, Pakistani education advocate Malala Yousafzai today asked world leaders to promise that every child will have the right to safe, free and quality primary and secondary education.
SOP newswire3Ban: Education Essential to Vision of a Life of Dignity - The Oslo Summit on Education for Development is a chance to reaffirm the human right to education.
SOP newswire3$2.3 Billion Required to Send Children to School in War-torn Countries - It will cost $2.3 billion to send to school the 34 million children of conflict affected countries who are currently not attending educational institutions.
SOP newswire3UN Rights Chief Calls For Urgent Measures in Promoting Girls` Education - Although the empowerment of women has been among the most significant achievements of the past century, the international community must push further in its struggle to ensure the right to education for all girls, the top UN human rights official declared today.
SOP newswire3Ban Says Education Key for Global Peace and Stability - Ban Ki-moon has returned to his native Republic of Korea for the first time in two years in order to attend a series of international events, including a critical summit on education.
SOP newswire3DoD Education Activity Focuses on College, Career Readiness - The Department of Defense Education Activity will begin a new initiative in the fall to better prepare its students for college or careers, the organization`s director said May 8.
Keith JohnsonSOP Word of the Day: Budget - The word "budget" refers to a numerical plan for allocating resources to a specific project or activity.
Keith JohnsonSOP Word of the Day: Change - How does a company cope with the fact that things change and that people change jobs? Indeed, this is not an easy question to answer.
Keith JohnsonSOP Word of the Day: Insight - Insight suggests an intellectual ability to infer and properly judge a situation or experience not only based on what is currently being experienced by also based on previous experiences.
Keith JohnsonSOP Word of the Day: Conquest - The word "conquest" is a noun that originates from the verb "to conquer". This means "to subjegate, to rule over" according to my Webster's Dictionary.
Keith JohnsonSOP Word of the Day: Empowerment - The word "empowerment" is a noun that is rooted in three base parts: em (meaning in), power (meaning ability or force), and ment (sense of or way of).
Keith JohnsonSOP Word of the Day: DHTML - It is important to use DHTML for our website's home page so that we can alternate images of our leading products, so that people can see them all without having to click through a menu.
Keith JohnsonWord of the Day: Prolific - Today's word of the day is "prolific". This is an adjective used to describe a person, place, or event that is truly amazing and iconic in nature.
Keith JohnsonSOP Word of the Day: DOAB - Todays' Word of the Day is "doab". This is a noun that means "a section of land between two rivers; a section of land between two rivers above their confluence".
Keith JohnsonSOP Word of the Day: Discover - The word "discover" is a transitive verb that means "to uncover, to find out, to expose". If you look at the word from its literal side, dis means "without" and cover means "concealment".
Keith JohnsonWord of the Day: Cultivate - The word cultivate is a transitive verb that means "to prepare and use - with respect to soil and land". Also, it means "to improve and develop".
Keith JohnsonWord of the Day: Progress - As a verb, the word "progress" suggests motion and movement, usually in context to a trip or journey of some kind. Here is how you use this dynamic word.
Keith JohnsonWord of the Day: Groove - The term "groove" is a noun that means "a long and narrow furrow or hollow such as is cut by a tool; a habitual course or fixed routine of one's life".
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Judyth Piazza interviews Lucia Quiroga About WeCan WORKS on The American Perspective - In her junior year of high school, Lucia Quiroga wanted to find a program where she could work and continue to attend school. After being introduced to WeCan WORKS, she received an opportunity to intern at a local hospital.
SOP newswire24 Reasons Why an MIS Degree Is a Good Idea - With so many career opportunities spawning form this career path, you`ll be able to pick and choose which job title fits you best.
SOP newswire2Mercy's Hungry to Learn But Starved Without Lunch - Mercy is hard at it! She`s top of her class at Ribui School tucked in a poor rural valley in Kenya. She`s got her eyes set on college!
SOP newswire3UN Marks 'World Teachers' Day' - Investing in teachers is urgently needed to provide the best possible opportunities for millions of children, youth and adults worldwide.
Dr. Judith Orloff (Mentor)Dr. Judith Orloff Offers Online Course: Surrender to the Power of Your Intuition - I am SO excited to be offering an exclusive online course in September with Hay House "Surrender to the Power of Your Intuition. "
James R. MurrayJames 'Amazin' Murray Interviews The Founder of Techno Tutor - James 'Amazin' Murray Interviews the Founder of Techno Tutor about Education on The SOP Radio Network
John G. KaysWhen Will I Finally Learn the Truth About Geronimo? - Who was a Geronimo? For more than 25 years, when I visit my sister in Wimberley, I stare with a sense of amazement at the most famous photo of Geronimo (taken in 1887 when he was 60), kneeling, holding a rifle, displayed in an upright frame, standing tall on my sister`s bookshelf.
SOP newswire3UN Promotes Education for Girls - The UN called on Governments, the private sector and civil society to scale up efforts to provide quality education for girls.
SOP newswire2Calling All Graduates: Create Your Own Job - The biggest mistake graduates make in their search for employment is putting all their eggs in the traditional job basket.
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